List Of Villages In Ohio
In the U.S. state of Ohio, a village is defined in this way in section 703.01(A) of the Ohio Revised Code:
Municipal corporations, which, at the last federal census, had a population of five thousand or more, or five thousand registered resident electors or resident voters as provided in section 703.011 of the Revised Code, are cities. All other municipal corporations are villages. Cities, which, at any federal census, have a population of less than five thousand, shall become villages. Villages, which, at any federal census, have a population of five thousand or more, shall become cities.
The 2008-2009 Roster provided by the Ohio Secretary of State enumerates 681 villages (and 251 cities) in the state. Municipality names are not unique: there is a village of Centerville and a city of Centerville; also a city of Oakwood and two similarly named villages: Oakwood, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Oakwood, Paulding County, Ohio.
- Ohio state listing
- List of Ohio counties
- List of cities in Ohio
- List of Ohio townships
- List of cities in the United States
Population is as of the 2000 census.
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